Los reglamentos de convivencia intercultural en los proyectos de desarrollo en territorios indígenas: el caso de los proyectos minero-energéticos en la península de La Guajira

Guerra Curvelo, Weildler
This article aims to examine the process of developing and implementing regulations of intercultural coexistence between staff of large development projects and members of indigenous peoples. The text, based on case studies in the Guajira Peninsula in Colombia, recorded varied experiences of intercultural frictions. Are those given between members of indigenous groups and agents of companies covering different views about the notion of development, and different conceptions of interpersonal behavior patterns, work commitments, breach of social norms and legal responsibilities. Companies operating under these regulations consider these to be a helpful tool for harmonious relationships with the communities in its area of influence. A critical look at intercultural coexistence regulations may consider the risk that are used as tools to facilitate the acceptance of environmental changes, economic and social implications of the intervention of economic corporations in local communities in the context of unequal power relations within the globalization process. However, these can also be considered a specific response to the challenges and local conflicts that arise and intercultural harmony between human groups. In a world where cultural or environmental conflicts can be accompanied by a display of terror against human bodies and caution against the landscape should not be taken as an excuse for inaction ​
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